Definition of Genus amanita

1. Noun. Genus of widely distributed agarics that have white spores and are poisonous with few exceptions.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Amanita

genus Aloe
genus Alopecurus
genus Alopex
genus Alopius
genus Alosa
genus Alouatta
genus Alpinia
genus Alsobia
genus Alsophila
genus Alstonia
genus Alstroemeria
genus Alternanthera
genus Althaea
genus Alyssum
genus Alytes
genus Amanita
genus Amaranthus
genus Amaryllis
genus Amauropelta
genus Amazona
genus Amberboa
genus Ambloplites
genus Amblyrhynchus
genus Ambrosia
genus Ambystoma
genus Ameiurus
genus Amelanchier
genus Amia
genus Amianthum
genus Ammobium

Literary usage of Genus amanita

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1. Studies of American Fungi: Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, Etc by George Francis Atkinson (1900)
"It will be described more in detail in treating of the genus Amanita, where the illustrations should also be consulted. Presence or Absence of Ring or Volva ..."

2. The Mushroom Book: A Popular Guide to the Identification and Study of Our by Nina Lovering Marshall (1904)
"A very young plant of the genus Amanita is enveloped in a membranous wrapper. ... There are twenty American species in the genus Amanita; some of them are ..."

3. Botany for High Schhools by George Francis Atkinson (1912)
"The most dangerous poisonous mushrooms belong to the genus Amanita. The genus Amanita has white spores, a cap, stem, and ring which comes from the veil as ..."

4. Fungal Flora of the Lehigh Valley, Pa. by William Herbst (1899)
"It is the type of the genus Amanita. Our species are not as brightly colored as the European are, but it is one of our grand species. ..."

5. Our Edible Toadstools and Mushrooms and how to Distinguish Them: A Selection by William Hamilton Gibson (1899)
"79), genus Amanita. Year after year we are sure of finding this species, or others of the genus, especially in the spring and summer, its favorite haunt ..."

6. Our Edible Toadstools and Mushrooms and how to Distinguish Them: A Selection by William Hamilton Gibson (1895)
"79), genus Amanita. Year after year we are sure of finding this species, or others of the genus, especially in the spring and summer, its favorite haunt ..."

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